Apparently two thirds  of the world’s population can name the Sydney Opera House on sight.  That’s over four billion people.
So what’s it like to play there?  If you’re a classical violinist or a Shakespearean actor, maybe you’ve  thought about it. If you’re a sculptor and singer/songwriter from  Armidale, and have never even been to the Opera House, you probably  haven’t.
LJ Hill certainly hadn’t. Until a  chance encounter at Byron Bay Blues Fest last weekend turned into a  night on the Concert Hall stage, 48 hours later. What happened? Julia  Thomas joined him to find out.
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Apparently two thirds of the world’s population can name the Sydney Opera House on sight. That’s over four billion people.

So what’s it like to play there? If you’re a classical violinist or a Shakespearean actor, maybe you’ve thought about it. If you’re a sculptor and singer/songwriter from Armidale, and have never even been to the Opera House, you probably haven’t.

LJ Hill certainly hadn’t. Until a chance encounter at Byron Bay Blues Fest last weekend turned into a night on the Concert Hall stage, 48 hours later. What happened? Julia Thomas joined him to find out.

Download it here.

Apparently two thirds  of the world’s population can name the Sydney Opera House on sight.  That’s over four billion people.
So what’s it like to play there?  If you’re a classical violinist or a Shakespearean actor, maybe you’ve  thought about it. If you’re a sculptor and singer/songwriter from  Armidale, and have never even been to the Opera House, you probably  haven’t.
LJ Hill certainly hadn’t. Until a  chance encounter at Byron Bay Blues Fest last weekend turned into a  night on the Concert Hall stage, 48 hours later. What happened? Julia  Thomas joined him to find out.
Download it here.

Apparently two thirds of the world’s population can name the Sydney Opera House on sight. That’s over four billion people.

So what’s it like to play there? If you’re a classical violinist or a Shakespearean actor, maybe you’ve thought about it. If you’re a sculptor and singer/songwriter from Armidale, and have never even been to the Opera House, you probably haven’t.

LJ Hill certainly hadn’t. Until a chance encounter at Byron Bay Blues Fest last weekend turned into a night on the Concert Hall stage, 48 hours later. What happened? Julia Thomas joined him to find out.

Download it here.

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